Covid measures: Mandatory tests for unvaccinated seniors ?!

In a nutshell, the Czechia will start a version of the Bavarian model from Monday – this German federal state bans services, cultural or sports events without vaccinations, and the test will not help them (and in the meantime it is tighter for the whole of Germany, nor to public transport). Then those of us who are not vaccinated will start testing at work again; schoolchildren are also waiting for regular screening.

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It is not ruled out that the test will also apply to people over the age of 60, even if they have the vaccine. It is not yet clear when all the changes will take effect. The government is to recapitulate and refine them all at today’s meeting. The only thing that is clear so far is that you will not be looking at a pub or a cinema without a “pig” from Monday, November 22nd.

They planned this for us:

    • Those who have not completed vaccinations or have not undergone covid-19 in the last 180 days can only go to work, shopping and home from Monday. Children under the age of 12 do not have to prove anything.
    • It is no longer the case that you can prove yourself in a restaurant, theater, cinema, etc. with a negative PCR or antigen test.
    • Anyone who is not vaccinated or has not had an illness in the last 180 days will have to prove themselves at work with a test from a certified place.
    • Tests will be required of such people at least once a week and employees will be compensated with 60 crowns per test.
    • It is expected that everyone from theater operators to pub operators will lose new customers and money with new restrictions. The state wants to “throw” taxpayers’ money into it.
    • People should, if possible, work from home. And if that’s not possible, at least the sick shouldn’t go to work.
    • The state wants to motivate companies and employees by increasing the nursing allowance for parents who stay at home with their children and increasing the sickness benefit for all.
    • Not only on the 22nd and 29th of November, but every week until the end of February. Grandma yesterday outlined that comprehensive testing in schools could be regular.
    • Education is also affected by the decision that unvaccinated people on university colleges will have to prove themselves once a week by a test – antigenic (not older than 24 hours) or PCR (not older than 72 hours). Students will have to pay for it themselves or go for a “bee”.
    • Vaccinated people and those who have undergone covid will now be reimbursed from public health insurance for 2 PCR tests per month. These are needed for the needs of traveling to locations where vaccinations are not enough.
    • Children under the age of 18, persons to whom the doctor did not recommend vaccination (and have a certificate), persons so-called vaccinated, persons entering a spa or rehabilitation, etc. will have PCR tests paid for 5 pieces per month.

War is against

The Minister of Health “in reserve” Vlastimil Válek (61, TOP 09, pictured) is still waiting for the appointment of a new government and criticizes what the old one is doing. He doesn’t like the fact that people in the services will no longer be able to prove themselves with a PCR test and he would also like to test some of those vaccinated. The question of whether they are not afraid that they have introduced something now and Válek will cancel it for them soon, but Babiš et al. they laughed. According to them, the future minister and his AntiCovid team have no good proposals.

Government call for vaccination

“The situation is serious, we ask everyone to get vaccinated. There is no doubt that people who are not vaccinated have big problems and are 9 times more likely than others to have a heavy covid, “Andrej Babiš, Prime Minister in resignation.

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